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Gurugram School Murder: Mother Of The 7-year-old Speaks Out

Written By Malini Chatterji | Mumbai | Published:

Republic TV spoke to the mother of the 7-year-old student of Ryan International School in Gurugram who lost his life due to a heinous crime. She asks for CBI probe into the matter.

The boy was found lying in a pool of blood in the school washroom on Friday. The school authorities found the child with his throat slit along with a knife beside his body. According to reports, it had not been too long since his father dropped him to the campus. His family, relatives and other parents have taken to streets to protest against the school administration.

Reports suggest that the school bus conductor murdered the 7-year-old boy inside the washroom. The conductor said that he murdered the boy because he objected sexual advances. Accused Ashok Kumar has confessed to the crime after being grilled by the team, the police said on Friday.

Meanwhile, The Ryan International School has released a statement saying the school authorities have taken up the review of the security of the school after the incident. All necessary improvements and measures are being audited and reinforced with the help of experts. The school is also seeking advice from the Police department. The school is closely working with the investigating authorities. 

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